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If you look at the #Cleveland Cavaliers all-time statistical leaders and single-game performance records, the name #LeBron James will appear a lot… a very lot. But then there is also another name that will pop up quite a bit, and that is Cavaliers legend, Zydrunas Ilgauskas. Right now, the King and his former teammate Big Z are tied for a franchise record that LeBron will break on Wednesday night against the young and talented Brooklyn Nets team.

Heading into this season, LeBron James was on the verge of breaking multiple records [VIDEO] and achieving multiple milestones, and this is just one of them. One of many that the King will achieve as he makes his way through what he likes to call “savage season fifteen.” During the 2017-18 season so far, James has averaged 27.3 PPG, 6.8 RPG, 8.0 APG, 1.0 SPG and 1.0 BPG in 36.5 minutes of action.

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It is looking very much like another MVP type season for the Cavaliers superstar small forward.

Most games played in Cavs history

After the ball gets tossed up, LeBron James will be playing in his 772nd career game in a Cleveland Cavaliers uniform. This will be iconic as he will pass Cavaliers great Zydrunas Ilgauskas for most career games played as a Cleveland Cavalier, passing Zydrunas previously held the record of 771 games. On Tuesday night against the Chicago Bulls, a game in which #King James finished with a 772nd career game in a Cleveland Cavaliers uniform. This will be iconic as he will pass Cavaliers great Zydrunas Ilgauskas for most career games played as a Cleveland Cavalier, passing Zydrunas previously held a record of 771 games. On Tuesday night against the Chicago Bulls, a game in which King James finished with 34 points, 13 assists, three steals and two rebounds on 65% shooting, LeBron tied Ilgauskas with 771 games in wine and gold uniform.

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The only other players in Cavs history that come close to James and Zydrunas for this record are Danny Ferry (723), Bingo Smith (720) and Hot Rod Williams (661). LeBron’s decision to return to the Cavaliers and win a championship has truly carved him into Cleveland’s singular Mount Rushmore, and records like this further his isolation from any other Cavalier in history.

LeBron moved to 19th in all-time steals

During the Cleveland Cavaliers game against the Chicago Bulls on Tuesday night, LeBron James [VIDEO] with three steals moved past NBA great Paul Pierce and moved into 19th place on the NBA’s all-time regular season steals list. LeBron currently has recorded 1,754 career steals, two ahead of Pierce’s 1,752. The next player on the list for the King to pass up will be a former teammate and Finals opponent of his, that being Shawn Marion who collected 1,759 steals during his 16 seasons in the league.